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NSW Government funding worth more than $80 million will shift the construction of two important road upgrades into gear, as new communities and homes in South-West Sydney are being delivered.
South-West Sydney’s tree canopy will be enhanced, making it a greener and greater place to live, with the addition of 10,000 trees in the new community of Willowdale in South West Sydney.
Walsh Bay’s transformation to become a world-class arts precinct is one step closer after approvals were received for the two state significant planning applications and the local residents and owners’ approval.
Our Open Space and Parklands (OSAP) team took a trip to the home of the Golden Guitar when Parks and Leisure Australia hosted their state conference in Tamworth on 10-11 May 2018.
A Council proposal to amend the Randwick Local Environmental Plan (LEP) to provide more housing choice will proceed to public exhibition following a Gateway determination issued by the Department of Planning and Environment.
The Department of Planning and Environment received two awards at the Planning Institute of Australia’s national congress held in Perth last night.
Architecture, planning and design professionals, as well as local community groups, gathered at the Sydney Museum this week to discuss the importance of local character in the planning process.
Rezoning at South East Wilton has secured $60 million for public infrastructure after an agreement between the Department of Planning and Environment and the private proponent was finalised.
The Department provided draft audit findings to the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) during its confidential investigations
A draft audit by the Department of Planning and Environment was provided to the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) at its request as part of a confidential investigation into the former Canterbury Council.